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Soil Nutrient Status and Nutrient Interactions as Influenced by Agro Wastes and Mineral Fertilizer in an Incubation Study in the South West Nigeria

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Ayeni, L.S. and E.O. Adeleye, 2012. Effect of cattle dung and urea fertilizer on pH and cations of soils selected from agro-ecological zones of Nigeria. Int. J. Soil Sci., 7: 82-90.
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Chhotaray, D., C.S.K. Mishra and P.K. Mohapatra, 2011. Diversity of bacteria and fungi in the gut and cast of the tropical earthworm Glyphodrillus tuberosus isolated from conventional and organic rice fields. J. Pharmacol. Toxicol., 6: 303-311.
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